|(Note: Measurements are outside max. dimensions unless stated otherwise).
19th Century : Ceiling rose with open hook and lotus leaf collar.
OPTION 1 FIXING PREFERENCE : Concealed plate fixing for screwing to underside of beam / floor joist / tie spacer (see images).
OPTION 2 FIXING PREFERENCE : Concealed top hung through joist. Unnecessary internal components removed, and replaced with a 279mm. (11") central rod protruding beyond face plate and threaded all the way up. Rod external diam. 12.5mm. (1/2") ; internal diam. 10mm. 3/8") with washer, nut and locking nut. Can be passed through beam / floor joist / tie spacer (if accessible from above) to tighten nut.
Diam. ceiling plate 96mm. (3 3/4")
Overall height Top of ceiling disc to battom of hook 126mm. (5")
Gap in hook 10mm. (3/8")
Please note that if ordering chain to go with this product, we recommend ordering an 'S' hook since the ring does not seat very well into the bottom curve of the hook.
6mm. (1/4") hole through centre to thread electric cable / steel cable. (Can be bored larger).
NOTE: No fixing screws are provided with this item. Although the hook should be capable of supporting loads of up to 45 kilos, we decline responsibility of fixing or hook failure.
Note: Some chandeliers can be very heavy, and to avoid support failure, since the load bearing capabilities of these products is variable, we recommend threading a length of load tested 2mm. steel security wire (available from a marine supplier or most hardware superstores) through the links or hang alongside. Secure with an eye bolt into the underside of the ceiling joist, and a shackle onto the chandelier ring to be supported.
The primary load tested support will therefore be the steel security wire (usually up to 120kg) which is reasonably discreet, and the decorative ceiling rose will provide the visual effect and beomes the secondary means of support.